Where to Go in Europe, and How to Stay Safe

The terrorist attacks in Europe over the last year haven’t lessened travelers’ enthusiasm for vacationing there this summer. Airfares Are the Lowest They’ve Been Since the Recession Rick Seaney, the co-founder of the airline ticket comparison website FareCompare.com, said a round-trip ticket in late June from the East Coast to several cities in Europe, including Lisbon, Dublin, Oslo, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Moscow and Milan, was around $800. “These fares are unusually low, but low fuel costs and competition among airlines has brought prices down,” he said.


Published: May 31, 2016